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Stephen Downes

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A recent meeting of UNESCO on digital education futures is notable for the resources distributed: "its AI Readiness Assessment tool to translate the Recommendations on the Ethics of AI into actions, as well as its Guidelines for the Governance of Digital Platforms to enable freedom of expression and inclusion while promoting a healthy information ecosystem in a digital era." Additionally, UNESCO's Guidance for the Use of Generative AI in Education and Research contains "a roadmap for regulating AI in education and strategies to address its profound risks and impact on teaching and learning," and a recent research report "which revealed gender biases and prejudices found in Large Language Models."

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